Öfnerspitze

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Öfnerspitze
Krottenspitze und Oefnerspitze.jpg
The Krottenspitze and Öfnerspitze from the Kratzer
Highest point
Elevation2576m
Prominence133 m ↓ Marchergang → Großer Krottenkopf
Isolation0.6 km → Großer Krottenkopf
Geography
Öfnerspitze is located in Austria
Öfnerspitze
Öfnerspitze
Parent rangeAllgäu Alps, (Hornbach chain)
Geology
Mountain typeDolomite
Climbing
First ascentduring an 1854 survey

The Öfnerspitze is a rocky mountain in the Allgäu Alps. It is 2,576 metres (8,451 ft) high. It is southeast of the Krottenspitze, and joined to it by a flat piece of rock. It is made of Dolomite. There are no marked paths to the Öfnerspitze, and it is rarely climbed. It was first climbed in 1854 by a survey team.

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Sources[change | change source]

  • Thaddäus Steiner: Allgäuer Bergnamen, Lindenberg, Kunstverlag Josef Fink, 2007, ISBN 978-3-89870-389-5
  • Thaddäus Steiner: Die Flurnamen der Gemeinde Oberstdorf im Allgäu, Munich, Selbstverlag des Verbandes für Flurnamenforschung in Bayern, 1972
  • Zettler/Groth: Alpenvereinsführer Allgäuer Alpen. Munich, Bergverlag Rudolf Rother 1984. ISBN 3-7633-1111-4